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Cut Me Mick

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http://www.grindtv.com/wildlife/orca-bites-the-back-of-mans-sup-paddleboard/#jSbPcT38D0QTIbiC.97

OK, its not a fish, I know.  But still, paddling up against a pod of these would turn my shorts into a brown trout hatchery


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The pickles had an orca encounter in Trinidad harbor a couple weeks ago. No brown trout sightings reported.


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any shading of toilet paper is also relevant in this matter.


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any shading of toilet paper is also relevant in this matter.


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